Specialized case study research at the NeuroPhysics Therapy Institutes into the psycho-physical causes and effects of anxiety, has assisted in the development of unique mental and physical exercise strategies that modulate the specific regions of the brain that are associated with the emotions of fear and anxiety. Head of research Ken Ware said; 'Iinitial baseline Eeg, Ecg, Emg samples were taken simultaneously from patients who suffered with chronic anxiety, while they were stimulating their nervous system with a non threatening form of resistance exercise. This gave us insights into how they were emotionally perceiving their real world environment. Typically we would see that these patients would physically/emotionally over react to the mild self initiated stimulus. However, by teaching these patients how to monitor and control arousal under these micro condition, they quickly developed normal responses again. We could see that even when the stimulus increased that the patients could maintain their physical/emotional integrity. This alteration in perception was visible in the electrophysical data analyses at the end of their first session and by the end of day 4 of therapy, they had become very robust in this domain'. 'Developing bilateral stability within the hemispheres of the brain, was paramount to this upgrading of emotional responses to environmental stimuli', Mr. Ware said.
In this video, one patient who has received the NeuroPhysics therapy (NPT) that has been derived from the research, describes the benefits he has obtained above and beyond all other treatments he had been receiving. This patients also suffered an anxiety associated long term progressive loss of physical power to his left side of his body, which normalized in only a few days of NPT.